UK Cyber Security Boss Calls on More Women to Join Her
March 3, 2021
A leading cyber security firm boss is calling for other women to join her in the industry.
Jane Chappell made the call in the run up to International Women’s Day on Monday, March 8, and shared her journey to become one of the country’s most renowned cyber security experts. Jane was the first woman to command a cyber unit in the British Army and her expertise in the sector has since helped the MoD, NATO and the European Commission. Since 2008 she has been jointly at the helm of Arcanum Cyber Security, a thriving, leading UK consultancy. She has never spoken to the media about her job, but she wants to highlight what a career in cyber can mean for women – especially as Arcanum’s team is almost half female.
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